Carl Sagan once described our planet as, “a lonely spec in the enveloping cosmic dark.” How do you picture yourself as part of that universe? Let’s explore in this week’s Moment to Celebrate.
Jesus never saw an instance of pain or bereavement that did not move him to compassion. Take a few minutes to reflect on this latest Moment to Celebrate.
All Saints Day is when the church especially remembers and honors the names of saints who have come before us, names known and unknown. But it also reminds us of another image from the Bible. This week’s Moment to Celebrate.
The recent massacre that took place in an Aurora, Colorado movie theater reminds us that we never know which day will be our last. Let’s look this week at what God tells us we can know for sure regarding the length of our lives.
What human relationship can you cultivate today that will last for eternity? This week’s Moment to Celebrate!
Lent provides us with an opportunity to take a hard look at our past, future, and present. In so doing, we are given a right perspective of our place in time. Throughout Lent, let’s think on such things. This week’s Moment to Celebrate!
Celebration of New Year’s is part of a sparkling rhythm to our brief lives. That natural movement helps us to look ahead. We hope for what may come. And, at New Year’s we remember what has gone away in the year and years past.
Did you know that thousands of years before the Pilgrims came to America, God set up a holiday of Thanksgiving?